5 Pieces in line with what we can expect from this master of delicate thunder. Dale Lloyd gives us quite precise electronics interlaced with acoustic sources. Excellent electroacoustics from the USA.
Composed for EARLabs in June, 2003, using field recordings and electronic embellishments from a Moog Concertmate MG-100 analog synthesizer. Some of the field sources were derived from air pressure moving the front door of my apartment during a very windy evening. The ventilation that moves through the building adds to the air pressure. Having a window open during the windy night, makes the door move erratically, especially if the window in the hallway is also open. Other field sources include a university power generator, various room acoustics, and the motor of a damaged cd player.
Aside from producing his own sound work, Dale also runs the and/OAR label centered around field recordings, electroacoustic and other experimental sound works; and also produces the field recording compilations for phonography.org. More about Dale and his activities: and-oar.org.